Lower Paradise Lake Cabin

Seward, Alaska

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Overview

Lower Paradise Lake Cabin offers a remote and secluded place to stay in the scenic forest of south-central Alaska. It provides spectacular glacier views, as well as ample opportunity for fishing on a high alpine lake. Visitors also enjoy hunting and wildlife viewing.

The cabin is accessible by floatplane. Visitors are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring several of their own amenities.

Recreation

The cabin offers seclusion and good fishing. A rowboat and oars provided at the cabin give anglers excellent opportunities to catch grayling in the small, adjacent lake. Life jackets are not provided.

Hunting is popular during designated seasons. The area is home to a variety of wildlife, including moose, black and brown bears, sheep and mountain goats.

While there are no maintained trails in the area, it is rife with potential for exploration. Day hikes lead to even better views of glacier fields that loom above the cabin. Some glaciers can be seen out the front door of the cabin.

Facilities

The log cabin has bunk space for six and a maximum occupancy of eight people. It is equipped with counter space, table, benches and a wood stove for heat. An outhouse is also provided. Firewood is NOT plentiful in the region and it is recommended to bring a supply with you.

Visitors will need to bring their own water for drinking, cooking and cleaning purposes. Water taken from lakes Or streams must be treated or boiled prior to consumption. Visitors will also need to bring their own bedding and sleeping pads, flashlights, cooking gear, food, clothing and cooking utensils, among other necessities. All garbage and food must be packed out.

Natural Features

The cabin is located east of Seward Highway in the remote Paradise Valley on the north shore of Lower Paradise Lake, surrounded by scenic views of alpine mountains. It sits in a forest of alder, willow and spruce trees at an elevation of about 1,340 feet. Wild berries are ripe for the picking in late-summer to fall and the area is home to abundant wildflowers in spring and early-summer.

For more information on access and regulations pertaining to this cabin, trail conditions, safety precautions and outdoor safety and ethics, please contact the Seward District office.

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